More than 50 employees of the Vladimir administration decided to help public utilities remove snow from the streets. It is reported by TASS…
Due to heavy rainfall, utilities had problems clearing snow, and residents began to complain about uncleaned streets. Including appeals were left on the official pages of the city administration in social networks. The head of Vladimir Andrei Shokhin called the situation with the cleaning of the streets force majeure.
The administration’s press service said that during their lunch break, officials helped utility workers clear snow near bus stops and pedestrian crossings. The snow was cleared both on the central streets of Vladimir and in the sleeping areas.
The administration also said that 42 units of equipment were removed from the streets at night, and on January 10, another 52 units of equipment and 64 workers joined the work.
The prosecutor’s office of the Vladimir region in the first week of 2022 checked the quality of snow removal in the city and identified 79 violations.
In December 2021, the Governor of St. Petersburg, Alexander Beglov, complained about problems with snow removal. He called the city a complex metropolis and noted that it is impossible to take out all the snow in one click. According to the governor, collective work of the owners responsible for this issue is necessary.
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